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    T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ now receiving Android Pie

    The update also brings RCS Universal Profile 1.0 to the flagships.

    Click here to read the full news


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    How do the updates work in the US? T-Mobile brought out the update, which is a service provider.

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    1.9GB is indeed quite a humongous update. But then, so is Android Pie. A shift from Oreo to Pie naturally will eat up that much space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevRahul View Post
    1.9GB is indeed quite a humongous update. But then, so is Android Pie. A shift from Oreo to Pie naturally will eat up that much space.
    Talking about space, how much free space should be there for the phone to operate smoothly after installing this update? As the story says, the battery needs to be at least 50% full, how about the storage?